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February 05, 1988 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-02-05

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BERG AND
URBACH

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

Rothschild Heir

de
Baron Phillippe
Rothschild, who died Jan. 20
at age 85, was among the
most distinguished of the
famous family. He was among
the creators of the wine in-
dustry which dominates
internationally.
Like many in his family, he
was a scientist, author, poet
and translator. Baron
Phillippe was the sponsor of
many stage performances and
of operas.
During world War II, he
and his first wife, Lillie, were
sent to concentration camps.
Their arrest was during the
domination of Marshal Pe-
tain.. He escaped over the
Pyrenees Mountains to
Spain. He later went to
England where he joined
Gen. Charles de Gaulle's anti-
Nazi Forces. His wife died in
Ravensbruch death camp.

Seymour Israel

Mr. Israel was on the board of
the Jewish Vocational Service
and active in the American
Jewish Congress and the
Jewish Welfare Federation,
among others. A tennis and
racquetball player, he also
served on the Jewish Com-
munity Center Health Club
board.
Since his retirement, Mr.
Israel worked with the Ser-
vice Corps of Retired Profes-
sionals (SCORE), counseling
struggling small businesses,
and served on the Institute of
Retired Professionals (IRP)
board.
He has traveled widely with
the Nomads Club and con-
ducted IRP travel seminars.
He was active in the
Michigan Oriental Society
and other cultural groups,
was supportive of theater and
the arts and was an avid
reader.
Mr. Israel leaves his wife,
Muriel; three sons, Stuart,
Howard and Andrew; a
brother, Sol; two sisters,
Dorothy Salkin of Chicago
and Rochelle Woodman of
Arizona; and two grandsons.

Matthew Leiter

Seymour Israel

Seymour Israel, a retired
certified public accountant,
died Jan. 29 at age 69.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr.
Israel was educated at Nor-
thwestern and Wayne State
Universities. During World
War II, Mr. Israel was a
master sergeant in the U.S.
Army, serving from 1940 to
1945 in Australia and the
Philippines.
A CPA for 40 years, Mr.
Israel was a director of the
Michigan Association of
CPAs and received its
Distinguished Achievement
Award. He was a board
member and treasurer of the
Michigan Accountancy Fund
and served on numerous pro-
fessional committees. He also
was on the Council of the
American Institute of CPAs,
president of the Accountants
Guild and lectured and con-
tributed to professional jour-
nals. Prior to his retirement
in 1985, he was with the firm
of Linden, Klain, Israel and
Ross.
In the Jewish community,

Matthew Leiter, a North
Farmington High School
basketball player, died Jan.
26 at age 17.
A former junior varsity
basketball player for the
school, Leiter died shortly
after playing in his first var-
sity game. Leiter had a life-
long interest in the game and
played in middle school prior
to joining his high school
team.
He leaves his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel (Daryl)
Leiter; two sisters, Michele
and Melissa; and his grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
(Doris) Wechsler, Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald (Mary) Leiter and Mr.
and Mrs. William (Jeanette)
Shapiro, all of Florida.

Dr. Morton Roth

Dr. Morton Roth, an op-
tometrist with offices in
Livonia, died Jan. 28 at age
65.
Born in Detroit, Dr. Roth
was graduated from the Nor-
thern Illinois College of Op-
tometry. He was a member of
Temple Israel and its
brotherhood, B'nai B'rith and
the Optometric Association.
He leaves his wife, Marcia;
two sons, Richard of New
York and Robert; a daughter,
Nicki of Ann Arbor; a sister,
Frita Drapkin; three
brothers, Albert of Florida,
Ben of Spain and Leonard of
Florida; and three
grandchildren.

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